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ORNOsteoradionecrosis
ORNOmnibusverkehr Rhein-Nahe GmbH (German regional public transport)
ORNOffshoring Research Network (North Carolina)
ORNOlympic Route Network (UK)
ORNOnion Radio News
ORNOperation Rescue National
ORNOran, Algeria - Es Senia (Airport Code)
ORNOhio Resource Network (substance abuse)
ORNOutdoor Recreation Network
ORNOphthalmic Research Network
ORNObligatory Running Note
ORNOnline Racing Network
ORNOriginal Nutters (gaming clan)
ORNOval Racing News
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Recent findings presented by the Offshoring Research Network (ORN), which has collected the most complete data on companies offshoring activities (a data set that encompasses more than 1,600 companies globally), indicated that offshoring has boomed in the last five years (Lewin, Cuoto 2006).
Outsourcing providers around the world predict that demand for their services is expanding rapidly, and they are adding staff and investing in new services to meet expected growth, according to a new survey from Duke University's Offshoring Research Network and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
This report distills findings and interpretations from the 2007/2008 Conference Board/Duke Offshoring Research Network (ORN) survey.
The report is a collaborative effort between The Conference Board and the Offshoring Research Network at the Duke University Center for International Business Education and Research.
Compiled from Source; Duke University/Archstone Consulting Offshoring Research Network 2005 US Survey, Duke University/Booz Allen Hamilton Offshoring Research Network 2006 US Survey.
These are among the findings of a study into the effects of offshoring trends on American competitiveness, as part of ongoing research by the Center for International Business Education and Research's Offshoring Research Network (ORN) at The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The study, which is the third in an annual series originated by the Offshoring Research Network, determined that the reason companies are sending product design overseas is primarily because "these countries can provide highly skilled scientific and engineering workers who are in short supply in the U.
The study, co-authored by the Duke University Offshoring Research Network (ORN) and Booz & Company, is part of a series of reports originated by the Offshoring Research Network (ORN), led by Professor Arie Y.
The Offshoring Research Network (ORN) was conceived as a multi-year initiative focused on understanding the relationship between offshoring and American competitiveness.
Duke's Offshoring Research Network (ORN) has been conducting an annual survey on offshoring and outsourcing for several years, but this will be the first survey to examine the specific activities of the service providers themselves.
The 2006 Duke CIBER/Booz Allen offshoring study is the third in an annual series originated by the Offshoring Research Network (ORN) led by Professor Arie Y.